Restrict access to course activities based on items in students stash collection using this plugin #Moodleplugins

August 22nd, 2016

Recently we have posted about the Stash block plugin for Moodle which is an awesome plugin to add gamification to your Moodle course. Now, Frédéric Massart & Adrian Greeve came up with another new Stash plugin which can be used to restrict access to course activities based on items in students stash collection. Read More

Add #gamification to your #Moodle course using the Stash Block @MoodlePlugins

July 18th, 2016

Stash is a new block plugin for Moodle which add an inventory of items to your course and let your students find items by exploring the activities. Stash block allows you to introduce some gamification in your Moodle course to encourage more interaction. Read More

Want to submit your plugin to Moodle Community – Check out this plugins contribution guide #MoodleDev #MoodlePlugins

December 17th, 2015

Are you also developing a plugin for Moodle and looking for a quick reference checklist before submitting it to the community. If that is the case, then you can have a look on the Plugins Contribution checklist in the Moodle Developers documentation. Read More

POET Group submitted reviews for 2 plugins!! @Moodle

October 15th, 2015

POET Group which was formed by organizations within the Moodle community to look into and help implement, improvements to the way Moodle plugins are reviewed, approved and certified. POET group has submitted the review for 2 Moodle Plugins out of the several reviewed plugins named: Read More

Moodle Plugins Guardians

April 24th, 2015

Moodle plugins guardians are community members who volunteer to provide peer review to the plugins submitted to the plugins directory. This peer review is considered before approving any plugin.

The goals of the plugin guardian program are: Read More

Results for survey : Who are Moodle Plugin developers?

March 13th, 2015

In the month of February 2015, has conducted a survey among the developers who have submitted their plugins to the Moodle plugins database in the year 2014. The survey was mainly focused on the initial review and approval process for the plugins including some detailed questions like: Read More